Audrey and Morgan become involved in an international conspiracy after one of them finds out her ex-boyfriend was a spy. This action filled movie gives us an out of the ordinary fashion display for what appears to be a female dominant cast. In fact, the character of Audrey is repeatedly shown wearing a collection of Hawaiian shirts featuring parrots, leaves and surf-inspired prints, paired with loose fitting beige pants or jeans.
The overall relaxed and masculine look that emanates from the movie is emphasised by the apparition of a 1920’s menswear-inspired look worn by Morgan at the beginning of the film.
Alex Bovaird, the wardrobe designer, successfully translated the character’s vivacity and intense personality into their clothes by playing with patterns, colours and shapes. The costume highlight, however, remains the women’s matching evening outfits, featuring figure revealing sequins covered suit ensemble and mini dress.